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Posted February 20, 2017
Students in Plymouth School District elementary schools recently celebrated the milestone 100th day of school with a variety of counting and math activities.
At Fairview Elementary School, kindergartners and first-graders kicked off their celebration with a 100th day song in the gym and the collection of 100 cans food for the Plymouth Food Pantry. They then were divided into multi-age groups to move through four stations:
At Parkview Elementary School, kindergartners brought 100 related items from home, then counted them into 10 groups of 10. First-graders in Amy Kolpin’s class worked with their third-grade buddies in Sara Lee’s class on a STEM activity that involved recording the results of flipping a coin 100 times.
At Horizon Elementary School, students in all grades dressed like they were 100 years old. Each classroom also engaged in additional number-related activities.